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College students from throughout the Midwest are eligible for Freep Film Festival’s new Student Documentary Competition.
Winning films will be screened as part of the third annual Freep Film Festival, which arrives March 31-April 3. Two top films – one chosen by a public vote, one by a jury – will earn additional prizes.
The new contest is a collaboration between Freep Film Festival and MovingMedia Student Film Competition. Now in its 16th year, MovingMedia is run by Wayne State University and accepts entries from college students in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky.
All documentaries entered in MovingMedia will be automatically entered in Freep Film Festival’s competition. Films must be 20 minutes or less and have been completed between Jan. 1, 2015 and Feb. 21, 2016. A juried panel will choose the Top 10, which will then be hosted for a public vote on the Freep Film Festival website.
Freep Film Festival adds student documentary contest
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